State Crackdown in Bengaluru

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KSRTC and BMTC workers are protesting against Siddaramaiah Government after Principal Secretary has ordered that 15,000 contract employees will be terminated.Normal life was affected across Karnataka for the second consecutive day today as there were no signs of a solution to the indefinite strike called by employees of road transport corporations in the state. More than one lakh employees’ of the corporations are on strike since Sunday midnight with about 41 demands, prominent among them being a 35 per cent wage hike, while the government has offered a 10 per cent increase. Though the unions and government have agreed to resolve most of the issues in the charter of demands in the days tocome, the wage hike has remained a sticky point on which both sides have refused to budge. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said there was no chance of giving more than a 10 per cent hike as the corporations did not have the capacity to give more.

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